Resin is impressive material for 3D printing which helps to craft smooth surfaces, highly detailed models and high-quality figurines. It provides numerous possibilities for post-processing and model finishing. However, its main drawback is the high price, which causes users to search for the best ways to save as much resin as possible. DLP/SLA Eco version of 3D printing files is one of the methods to try in 2020.
The long list of coolest 3D prints is quickly growing in Gambody 3D printing community on Facebook. It is incredible to see how talented hobbyists present their new masterpieces embodying a variety of ideas, from the famous WoW characters to popular superheroes, monsters and dinosaurs. January trends 2020 depart from Star Wars models that were crafted in November and December.
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Baby Yoda and Master Yoda are among the 2020 trends thanks to The Mandalorian TV series and new Star Wars episode. 3D printing community is keeping their hands on the pulsating trends, so seeing many impressive Yoda masterpieces is something pretty much expected. However, some makers can still surprise you by scaling up their prints and coming up with a giant 3D printed Master Yoda model as Tom Anton did it.